Developing a company culture built around food safety will make compliance with the new food safety standards much easier to accomplish. Learn how to embed a food safety ethos throughout all ranks within your organization. Take away practical insights on how to:
New technologies are allowing manufacturers to achieve food safety excellence. Access the tools and techniques for successfully deploying your food safety compliance system. In this interactive workshop, you will take away strategies on:
Publication of the Canada’s new food safety regulations is expected soon. The CFIA is continuing to work with food businesses to help them successfully implement new licensing, preventive controls and traceability requirements. Learn how you can:
Raise awareness of new requirements with your suppliers and customers.
The digital world is here to stay, and the food sector needs to adopt the new technologies that can enhance food safety and quality assurance. Bitcoin, paperless documentation, remote monitoring and many more technologies will transform food safety as we know it. Take away a plan to:
Take advantage of the cost and time savings of future technology in the food industry.
Global food safety standards have evolved over time to become recognized as the gold standard in food safety. However confusion about how they overlap causes needless duplication and expense. Increase your understanding of how these standards impact your business and how they should continue to evolve. Adopt best practices to:
Position your company to avoid needless duplication and expense while adhering to global food safety standards.
Auditing programs remain a core aspect of your food safety management system. Master your internal audit system to bolster oversight and stay compliant. Build a roadmap to:
Improve your oversights with best of class internal auditing.
A globalized food supply and increased environmental threats to food safety increase the need for advanced monitoring programs. Adopt the latest industry practices and standards in your organization. Take away practical tips to:
Ensure your environmental monitoring program meets industry best practices.
As the CFIA and FDA increasingly require paperless documentation, implementing digital transformation becomes crucial. Introduce paperless documentation to ensure clearer traceability of your food.
Gain efficiency and advance your traceability program with digital documentation.
Meet thinkers, doers, and trailblazers in customer experience. Break the ice and get to know fellow customer service executives during quick 5-minute rotations. Start your day off by making the right connections and gain exclusive knowledge!
Foodborne pathogens remain a leading cause of illness. You have the opportunity to reduce the risk of illness and improve your brand’s reputation. Harness the latest technology to identify the source of pathogens. Take away a step-by-step strategy to:
Reduce your response times to pathogen outbreaks.
Cross-contamination of allergens continues to be a threat to food safety. Develop an improved allergen management system to reduce your risk of a recall. Walk away with an action plan to:
Update your allergen management food safety practices.
In a context of regulatory modernization, Safe Food Canada was conceived to modernize how we learn about food protection. Gather best practices on how you can bridge the gap between regulatory demands and industry practices. Discover how to:
Build and sustain a qualified workforce in your facility to meet emerging safety demands.
Significant advances have recently been made to improve sanitation. Improve existing intervention tools and adopt novel microbial inactivation technologies to advance your food safety. Source intelligence to:
Adopt upcoming sanitation technology to preserve your food from foodborne pathogens.
Recalls represent a breach in a company’s food safety system. Ensure your recalls are handled smoothly, and mitigate the impact on your brand. Source your plan of action with:
Ensure your recalls don’t damage your brand.
While regulations under FSMA and the SFCA are similar in most respects, there are gaps that could represent challenges to exporting your products to the U.S. Advance your awareness with Q&A with the speaker and optimize your process for success. Adapt your best practices to:
Inform your company’s North American export strategy and avoid penalty.
Untrained employees are the cause of poor food safety. Ensure your permanent and temporary workers are trained using the latest techniques to maximize food safety compliance. Identify shortfalls in employee readiness and proactively determine a path for improvement. Create a roadmap to:
Adopt a comprehensive approach to employee training to improve GMP.
Foreign materials can have a disastrous effect on your brand. Develop innovative solutions to detect foreign materials before they contaminate your food products. Develop your strategy to:
Protect your brand with enhanced foreign material controls.
Consumers are increasingly demanding food that is free from pesticides. However monitoring farmers and crop control is extremely challenging. Master the success factors to:
Enhance your traceability program to include hard-to-monitor parts of the supply chain.
Consumer-facing businesses are always on the sharp end of the latest consumer trends that will impact your business. Enrich your food safety practices with insight into what consumers are looking for from the food service sector. Walk away with an action plan to:
Don’t let your business become the next negative news item.
The organics sector has boomed. However, there is little oversight and traceability in the industry, which makes your food safety compliance a challenge. Boost your knowledge of what causes certified organic products to be non-compliant and mitigate your risk. Develop a blueprint to:
Reduce your risk of missing important changes in the organic marketplace.
Use tools and methodologies beyond those commonly prescribed for use in the food industry to deliver significant improvements not just to your food safety to also to your cost savings. Gain insight into integrating Lean Six-Sigma methodology to continuous improvement to create a proactive approach in your organization. Take away practical tips to:
Improve your food safety process, improve profitability, and safeguard your brand’s integrity.
The steady advance of global warming has increased concern that we face increased threats to food safety from new microbial hazards. There is an increase in foodborne pathogens and microorganisms resulting from more extreme weather events and you need to know how to identify them. Increase your organization’s level of preparedness for:
Create a road map to inform your organization’s surveillance strategy.
Food fraud continues to concern the food industry and the risk of damage to your reputation is high. Augment your food safety program to protect your brand. Source practical tips to:
Reduce your risk of food fraud.
To achieve real success with your food safety program, support from top management is crucial. Discover how you can bolster a culture of food safety within your organization. Walk away with an action plan to:
Perfect your font-line food safety control practices to create a culture of food safety.
As digital technology continues to transform all aspects of the food industry, traceability throughout the supply chain from farm to fork is the ultimate goal. Advance your knowledge of how the move to digital documentation will impact your food safety program. Discover the improvements to how you do business and your ability to meet new traceability standards digital documentation represents. Take away an action plan to:
Ensure your company achieves the new standards for traceability and benefits from transformational technology.